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I've read Panic Away several times now and just came to the sudden realization that something is missing. It's not just a shortcoming of Panic Away; several other popular products I've reviewed have it too. In light of my own extensive battle with anxiety and panic disorder, I want to offer other sufferers advice and help. One way I do this is by seeking out products they can use. When I found Panic Away, I recognized it as having serious potential for people looking for natural anxiety relief. The first time I reviewed it, I was able to grasp the quality of the methods Joe Barry offers to treat anxiety and panic disorder. I recognized how I had utilized them before I found Panic Away. Then, I visited the related forums where people are asking a lot of questions about their own symptoms and cure. It appears some people are quite upset that Panic Away didn't work for them. Understandable. This had me wondering, because as a former sufferer, I believed that Panic Away taught the methods I'd used to become cured 25 years ago. This negative feedback made me take a second look at the product and compare it to my own struggle to see if I'd made a mistake in recommending Panic Away. Maybe I'd overlooked something. It turns out that I had. During my own recovery, I went through several transitions that led to my permanent cure. There were the medications, psychiatric help, self-discovery mixed with logic, and overall retraining of my mind and emotions. I suddenly recognized that Panic Away, a proven highly effective product, is missing one vital ingredient. Through additional research, I learned that a sense of inferiority is the basis for a majority, if not all, panic and anxiety disorders. I also learned that inferiority also coincides with low self confidence. The groundwork is set for perpetual anxiety and panic unless this inferiority and low confidence are repaired.

Think back to any of your attacks and you will notice that the dread leaves you feeling apprehensive. You will doubt whatever it is you're about to do. You'll be thinking about the fear of having a panic attack. But why do you think that way? It might seem obvious - you've had panic attacks in the past and you've trained yourself to believe you will have one anytime you tackle that activity. Or you might just experience overall fear that is not related to a specific activity - generalized anxiety disorder. If you could go back to the first time you experienced anxiety and panic, you will likely see that you were at a period in your life when you had doubts. Doubts about yourself, about your abilities, about your future - and about any number of things in between. You might not have noticed those doubts, but believe me, they were there. The thing with anxiety is that it happens so suddenly. We think it's come out of the blue for no reason. But there is a reason. And it's based on your lack of confidence - your sense of inferiority of feeling inadequate in some way. Think about it. What, exactly, are you afraid of? Don't say fear of a panic attack, because you will likely be wrong. That's just the surface fear. The true fear is something much deeper than that. The activity might have some threatening meaning to you, for instance, you don't like the way you look so you don't want people looking at you - as in making a speech or socializing. Perhaps you feel you aren't smart enough and that you might get into a situation where your lack of knowledge will be revealed. You'll be humiliated or embarrassed. It might be something else you fear, but you get the idea. You need to soul-search a little and get to the truth. These self-doubts need to be addressed for your recovery to be complete and for a lifetime. These feelings sneak up on you over time. Gradually, you develop them as you face hardships, difficult tasks and major decisions, and even stress. Something happens to shatter your confidence levels, but you don't notice it at the time. You might just be overwhelmed with the burdens being put on you and you begin to self-doubt. Each subsequent self-doubt brings down your confidence. Eventually, it all falls apart and you have an anxiety or panic attack. You'll wonder why you suddenly had that overwhelming fear because you will not have noticed what was happening to you. You have now set up the fear anxiety - panic cycle that Panic Away resolves. Panic Away doesn't address this underlying aspect of recovery, however. That's not to say you won't get relief by practicing the methods it teaches, because you will. In fact, some people recover just fine using nothing but Panic Away. Unfortunately, some people don't recover. They need additional help to rebuild their level of confidence and sense of self worth. It's imperative they remove the self doubt that is preventing

them from recovering completely. So what can you do? Building self-confidence means reconnecting with who you are. Be honest with yourself. Find your strengths and focus on those. Take on projects and activities that you know you are good at. Stay clear of negative influences. Don't listen to your own negative self-talk. That's when your internal voice keeps putting you down, telling you that you can't do something or that you won't be any good at it. This inner voice will pick at any part of your character, personality, abilities and talents to do just one thing - bring you down. Why would you do that? Maybe because you don't really like yourself much, for one thing. Or you are convinced you just aren't good enough, at least for certain tasks. Somewhere along the way, you have convinced yourself that you have shortcomings. The thing is, we all do. There's something about every one of us that is not perfect - whether it's our appearance, our social skills or our ability to learn. Many of us just take them at face value and accept them as part of who we are. Where possible we strengthen our weak areas. We focus on what we do well, not on what we don't do well. People with anxiety disorder respond differently. They constantly remind themselves of those weaknesses. With every reminder, they are feeding their self doubt. They seem to relish in this activity and state of being. It's just another 'cycle' they go through, along with their cycle of fear and panic associated with anxiety disorder. This is what's missing in Panic Away. It doesn't address any of this, although it's just as crucial to recovery as Panic Away's One Move(TM) Technique. There is a book available that fills this gap. How To Build Confidence and Banish Anxiety Forever discusses this missing element that is crucial to lasting recovery. It teaches how to build your inner strength as a defense against future attacks. It also teaches how to build confidence once and for all, so that anxiety and panic disorder never return. You can learn more at

If you found this information helpful, here are some highly effective proven programs to assist you in becoming the person you want to be. . Sylvia Dickens is an award-winning journalist who has struggled and overcome depression, panic and anxiety. Formerly with the Canadian Mental Health Association, she's written, "A Guide to Teenage Depression & Suicide" and offers several books to cure panic quickly and without medication, along with other popular topics. You can learn more at Her

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